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23 June, 23:39

The myth of objectivity a) states all myths can be objectified by the people who adhere to them b) it is a myth that scientists (or any human) can be completely objective in their research and analysis c) is a myth itself, objectivity can always be achieved with the proper scientific training and will power

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  1. 24 June, 00:29
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    The correct option is option B i. e. it is a myth that scientists (or any human) can be completely objective in their research and analysis

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    The oft-stated and highly desired goal of modern journalism is objectivity, the detached and unprejudiced gathering and dissemination of news and information. Such objectivity can allow people to arrive at decisions about the world and events occurring in it without the journalist's subjective views influencing the acceptance or rejection of information. Few whose aim is a populace making decisions based on facts rather than prejudice or superstition would argue with such a goal.
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